Volunteer Opportunity with Richmond Fellowship

If you want to give your time to help others, then Richmond Fellowship has opportunities for you. Become a Befriending Volunteer or a Peer Support Volunteer and you could gain valuable skills and experience.

• Befriending – people with mental health problems can find it hard to get out and mix with people socially but you could help them through one of Richmond Fellowship’s befriending roles

• Peer Support Volunteer – you can provide support in addition to those provided by Richmond Fellowship’s paid staff using skills such as creative, clerical, gardening, or interpreting. People applying for this particular role must have previously or is currently experienced an enduring mental illness but want the opportunity to offer their skills and support to people in the community.

For more details, please email:
hfemploymentandwellbeing@richmondfellowship.org.uk

Lower Ground Basement,
Richford Gate Medical Practice,
London, W6 7HY
www.richmondfellowsh

For more information, you can download the Volunteer Leaflet:

Richmond Fellowship Volunteer leaflet 2019